[OpenAFS] Prefered file system for vice partitions

Stephen Joyce stephen@physics.unc.edu
Mon, 22 Nov 2010 12:41:37 -0500 (EST)

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Lawrence Livermore's native ZFS for Linux is nearing completion. There ar=
still performance issues, but they are apparently hoping for a Jan 2011=20
release. <http://zfsonlinux.org/>.

Note that I just read about this on slashdot=20
which along with the cruft its discussions are wont to have, touches on=20
licensing issues. OpenAFS gets a mention (not by me).

Cheers, Stephen
Stephen Joyce
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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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On Thu, 18 Nov 2010, Mans Nilsson wrote:

> Subject: [OpenAFS] Prefered file system for vice partitions Date: Thu, =
Nov 18, 2010 at 05:57:18PM +0100 Quoting Assarsson, Emil (Emil.Assarsson@=
>> Hi All,
>> I get a little bit confused over what to choose as the base file syste=
m for the vice partitions.
>> If I use ext3 I get very long fsck times so I would like to use someth=
ing else like xfs.
>> Are there any preferred or do I even have a choice? I'm running on ext=
4 right now.
> I like zfs, but that of course limits you to Solaris or FreeBSD. (I
> would not run an userspace file system for OpenAFS vicep*)
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